TED Talks Blind river dolphins, reclusive lemurs, a parrot as fearless as it is lovelorn ... Douglas Adams' close encounters with these rare and unusual animals reveal that evolution, ever ingenious, can be fickle too -- in a University of California...
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Not super into cartography? Add some lasers into the mix and see what happens. This video features a laser digging into some metal to create a map of Atlanta, Georgia and it's mesmerizing to watch it come into being before your eyes.
If you are going to get dumped, it might as well be like this.
Intermission: Cheetahs Running Mindblowingly Fast in Mindblowingly Slow Motion
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This is "Grey" (Golden Retriever) and Alexis enjoying each others company on the couch. If you hear a parrot squaking, that is Khego in the background putting in his two cents. Update: "Gray" had now gone home and has been named, Maci. Thanks ever...
To promote a cell phone from Nokia, Bruce Lee was sponsored by Nokia in a PIng Pong tournament. But as a twist, he plays with his nunchucks.
TED Talks Throughout human evolution, multiple versions of humans co-existed. Could we be mid-upgrade now? At TEDxSummit, Juan Enriquez sweeps across time and space to bring us to the present moment -- and shows how technology is revealing evidence t...
Manly Men these men are as this competition takes strength, skill, and mental fortitude.
Shaun Of The Dead In 60 Seconds - One of the greatest zombie movies, Shaun of the Dead, done in 60-seconds. We still highly recommend seeing the whole...
In a 70 year old comedy, Charlie Chaplin plays the role of a poor Jewish barber mistaken for Adolph Hitler. This is a speech Charlie gives at the end of the movie that seems like it fits pretty well with the events of the world today.
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A Wonderful World by Raymond Crowe
I love the idea of watching movies with just your Internet connection and a computer and no strings attached. Although some of you may think that this is not legal, i would say "why not try something ill-legal today". There are lots of websites which...
A lot of people spend years avoiding the questions that philosophy students tackle head-on, which gives students an intellectual bravery that's increasingly rare.
Don Frye vs Yoshihiro Takayama http://youtu.be/Jp5FjY1hF24